Building Web Services and Web-Service Clients with Microsoft .NET


Overview/Description
Target Audience
Prerequisites
Expected Duration
Lesson Objectives
Course Number



Overview/Description
To build a web service and web-service clients in .NET

Target Audience
Application developers wishing to begin using Microsoft .NET to build web services

Prerequisites
The Microsoft .NET for Developers learning path; some knowledge of XML and XML namespaces; familiarity with the .NET platform; Internet and intranet skills, namely HTTP, HTML, and ASP; knowledge and/or experience in object-oriented development languages, such as VB, C#, C++, or Java; familiarity with VB.NET syntax

Expected Duration (hours)
2.7

Lesson Objectives

Building Web Services and Web-Service Clients with Microsoft .NET

  • declare a web service and web-service methods.
  • implement different web-service customizations.
  • publish a .NET web service.
  • create a web-service proxy using the service¬ís WSDL page and Visual Studio .NET, or the wsdl.exe utility.
  • write a simple web-service client using the Microsoft .NET Framework.
  • use regular expressions to create an HTML pattern-matching web-service proxy using an existing web site.
  • use Visual Studio .NET to create a simple Windows Forms web-service client and an ASP.NET web-service client.
  • configure and customize a web-service client.
  • build a .NET web-service client.
  • Course Number:
    61994_eng